Chris  Chanway
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Alleviation of drought stress in the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) by co-inoculation with Paenibacillus polymyxa and Rhizobium tropici
MVB Figueiredo, HA Burity, CR Martinez, CP Chanway
Applied soil ecology 40 (1), 182-188, 2008
4082008
Inoculation of tree roots with plant growth promoting soil bacteria: an emerging technology for reforestation
CP Chanway
Forest Science 43 (1), 99-112, 1997
2921997
Alterations in plant growth and in root hormone levels of lodgepole pines inoculated with rhizobacteria
E Bent, S Tuzun, CP Chanway, S Enebak
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 47 (9), 793-800, 2001
2672001
Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria for improving nodulation and nitrogen fixation in the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
MVB Figueiredo, CR Martinez, HA Burity, CP Chanway
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 24 (7), 1187-1193, 2008
1982008
Measuring plant neighbour effects
JH Markham, CP Chanway
Functional Ecology 10 (4), 548-549, 1996
1911996
I Endophytes: they're not just fungi! CP Chanway
CP Chanway
Can. J. Bot 74, 321-322, 1996
1761996
Cultivar-specific growth promotion of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by coexistent Bacillus species
CP Chanway, LM Nelson, FB Holl
Canadian journal of microbiology 34 (7), 925-929, 1988
1701988
Ecological implications of specificity between plants and rhizosphere micro-organisms
CP Chanway, R Turkington, FB Holl
Advances in ecological research 21, 121-169, 1991
1621991
Bacterial endophytes: ecological and practical implications
CP Chanway
SYDOWIA-HORN- 50, 149-170, 1998
1551998
Endophytic colonization of spruce by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
M Shishido, C Breuil, CP Chanway
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 29 (2), 191-196, 1999
1501999
Endophytic colonization and field responses of hybrid spruce seedlings after inoculation with plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
CP Chanway, M Shishido, J Nairn, S Jungwirth, J Markham, G Xiao, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 133 (1-2), 81-88, 2000
1442000
Response of crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum L.), perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne and white clover (Trifolium repens L.) to inoculation with Bacillus polymyxa
FB Holl, CP Chanway, R Turkington, RA Radley
Soil biology and biochemistry 20 (1), 19-24, 1988
1411988
Interactive effects of nutrients and disturbance: an experimental test of plant strategy theory
R Turkington, E Klein, CP Chanway
Ecology 74 (3), 863-878, 1993
1311993
Influence of millipedes on litter decomposition, N mineralization, and microbial communities in a coastal forest in British Columbia, Canada
HA Cárcamo, TA Abe, CE Prescott, FB Holl, CP Chanway
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (5), 817-826, 2000
1282000
Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria: effects on growth and nitrogen fixation of lentil (Lens esculenta Moench) and pea (Pisum sativum L.)
CP Chanway, RK Hynes, LM Nelson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 21 (4), 511-517, 1989
1261989
External and internal root colonization of lodgepole pine seedlings by two growth-promoting Bacillus strains originated from different root microsites
M Shishido, BM Loeb, CP Chanway
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 41 (8), 707-713, 1995
1241995
The growth-promoting effects of a bacterial endophyte on lodgepole pine are partially inhibited by the presence of other rhizobacteria
E Bent, CP Chanway
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 44 (10), 980-988, 1998
1191998
Rhizosphere colonization and seedling growth promotion of lodgepole pine by Bacillus polymyxa
FB Holl, CP Chanway
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 38 (4), 303-308, 1992
1171992
Effect of Plant Growth Promoting Bacillus Strains on Pine and Spruce Seedling Growth and Mycorrhizal Infection
M Shishido, HB Massicotte, CP Chanway
Annals of Botany 77 (5), 433-442, 1996
1161996
Biomass increase and associative nitrogen fixation of mycorrhizal Pinus contorta seedlings inoculated with a plant growth promoting Bacillus strain
CP Chanway, FB Holl
Canadian Journal of Botany 69 (3), 507-511, 1991
1041991
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